Report recommends $69-million waterfront development

SAULT STE. MARIE - City council will keep holding on to a report that recommends a $69-million public/private development at its waterfront 'Gateway' site, as it waits to see what happens with the casino and former St. Marys Paper site. Jerry Dolcetti, the city's commissioner of engineering and planning, said in a report to council Monday that the province's 'modernization' plans for OLG Casino Sault Ste. Marie, and the redevelopment of the St. Marys Paper site – both of which abut the Gateway site – could mean “endless,” opportunity for mixed land use within the city's riverfront zone. Read article